Fish Sniffer On Demand Digital Edition Issue 3715 July 6-20 2018 - Page 13

“ 13 July 6 - 20, 2018 VOL.37 • ISS. 15 Captain James Netzel Of Tight Lines Guide Service Will Be Bagging Sac River Kings Soon! TNG MotorSports for River Kings! W e have been fishing the Klam- ath, Sacramento, American and Feather rivers for over 25 years now and would like to invite you to join us for a trip you won’t soon forget,” says Captain Jerry Lampkin. “We want you to share our love of fishing and get you hooked as hard as we are! We can’t guarantee that you will keep every- thing you hook, (it is C aptain James Netzel of Tight Lines Guide Service spends a lot of time chasing salmon every year. Sometimes you’ll find him at mountain lakes such as Stampede chasing kokanee. During the late summer, fall and winter James will be on valley rivers stalking big, bad river-run king salmon. Netzel loves chasing salmon in the Sac- ramento called fishing, not catching) but we do guarantee that you’ll have a good time trying, using the best equip- ment and techniques available. We guarantee that your trip will be your trip. We won’t book you with another group to fill the boat. We believe in personalized service,” says Lampkin To learn more or secure your spot, give Jerry a ring at (530) 320-0994. River and is especially talented when it comes to putting anglers on salmon while fishing in the Sacramento Metro area in November and December. As of press time, Netzel is working Stam- pede Reservoir for daily limits of kokanee salmon. River salmon season kicks off on July 16. Once the bite develops, James will hit the valley and start putting his clients on heavy kings. James runs a state of the art 23’ Rogue Chi- nook built specifically for fishing California waters. This being the case you can rest assured you’ll always be riding in large, safe well appointed boat when fishing with Tightlines Guide Service. To book a trip or for more in- formation give Captain James at Tight Lines Guide Service a ring at (916) 284-3089 or toll free at (888) 975- 0990. 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